UCSF is devoted to serving the community through patient care, research and education as well as a vast array of programs for the general public. UCSF’s reach and impact stretch far into the community, but here is a list of some of the resources and services that UCSF offers to the public.

Karin Hill, Nurse Practitioner

A fully licensed community clinic located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, the nurse-run Glide Health Services sees 3,000 patients every year, 60 percent of whom are homeless.

Community Liaisons

Community & Government Relations

University Community Partnerships

Educational Programs

Mini Medical School

Science & Health Education Partnership

Social Support

Child Care Services

Disability Access Guide

Elder Care Services

LGBT Resources

University Community Partnerships

Health Care Information & Services

AIDS Health Project

Blood Center, UCSF

Cancer Resource Center

Clinical Trials, UCSF

Community Consortium (HIV)

UCSF Child Care provides high-quality early childhood services to nearly 300 children of University students, faculty, and staff at four award-winning, nationally-accredited centers.

Community Dental Clinic at UCSF

Directory of Dentistry Clinics

HIV InSite

Institute for Health and Aging

National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health

Patient Health Library, UCSF

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital

UCSF Medical Center

Arts & Recreation

Bakar Fitness & Recreation Center at Mission Bay Campus

Millberry Fitness & Recreation Center at Parnassus Campus

Outdoor Programs